July 20, 2020, by Victor Rivera
The James M. Stewart Good Citizenship Award
Bryan on Scouting/Scouting Magazine highlight how Scouts can earn the James M. Stewart Good Citizenship Award. Here is a peek at the story:
In a 1980 speech, Stewart called the Scout Oath, “40 words … that can make an awfully big difference.”
Stewart died in 1997, but his spirit of citizenship endures in a number of tangible ways, including the James M. Stewart Good Citizenship Award, available to members of Scouts BSA.
The award, launched in 2003, was created through a partnership between the BSA, the James M. Stewart Museum Foundation, the Stewart family and the BSA’s Penn’s Woods Council (now part of the Laurel Highlands Council).
Click or tap the image below to read the full details on this award.
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